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About Us

Over the last four decades, the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) is proud to have played a part in promoting crime prevention and public safety in Singapore. Without a doubt, the Council's programmes have directly reduced the opportunities for harm and criminal wrong-doing to make Singapore a safer place for all. Our work has also contributed to Singapore's global reputation for its safe environment and low crime rate. This reputation, in turn, has been critical for our economic growth and investment.The Council comprises representatives from the commercial and industrial sectors, as well as from the public sector and the Singapore Police Force (SPF). The NCPC is incorporated as a charity and depends on donations and sponsorships to run its programmes and activities. It is registered as a society with the Registry of Societies. The NCPC is a catalyst, advisor and partner to mobilise the support of groups, organisations and individuals from the community to prevent crime. The objectives of the council are: - to raise the level of public awareness and concern about crime; - encourage self-help in crime prevention; - examine, develop and recommend crime prevention measures suitable to the public; - coordinate efforts of organisations in crime prevention

Our Programmes

NCPC has been running various programmes targeting different crimes concerns and segments of societies. Annually, the NCPC requires more than $3 million. Our key programmes include:a. CrimeWatch, a perennial Singapore TV favourite since 1986. Run in four languages, it touches more than 1,000,000 Singaporeans every episode, educating viewers on the latest crime trends and tips to protect themselves; b. Annual Crime Prevention Campaign, to remind Singaporeans to be on their guard against festive crimes and also to tackle emerging crime trends such as scams;c. Delta League, a football competition held during the school holidays to meaningfully engage the youths; d. Crime Prevention Ambassadors scheme for empowering our volunteers to educate the community on crime prevention.You may also read about our other programmes at
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Education
  • Elderly

National Crime Prevention Council

National Crime Prevention Council

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